Anneice Cousin

Anneice Cousin
Biography

Anneice Marie Cousin was born October 26, 1986 in Hudson, New York. Her father a drummer and her mother, a music lover, exposed Anneice to various music from show tunes to rock & roll. In high school she was a member a Hip-Hop/ R&B group Finesse, with her two best friends, Lindsay Knull and Eushabell Rodriquez. Inspired by the groups of their time (TLC, Xscape, SWV, Salt N Peppa), Finesse wrote songs like “So High”, which, they entered in the John Lennon Song Writing Contest and were among the Top 25 semi-finalists. This is when Anneice’s love for music and love for hip-hop came together. During college at HVCC she released her first album Demonstration independently. Demonstration features DJ Rookie (Jamz 96.3, AMW DJs)  She is also featured on the song “The Me and You” from J-Live’s 2011 release, S.P.T.A. (Said Person of That Ability) Anneice continues recording and collaborating with artists.